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Title: JEOPARDY


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JEOPARDY REVIEW GAME
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Categories
Cells
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Respiration
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Cell Division
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Molecular Genetics
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Evolution and Classification
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Animal Systems
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Cells
Respiration
Cell Division
Molecular Genetics
Evolution and Classification
Animal Systems
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Double Jeopardy!
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Cells
This organelle is involved in protein synthesis.
100
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Cells
What are ribosomes?
100
Back
11
Cells
This property allows only certain molecules to
pass through the cell membrane.
200
12
Cells
What is selective permeability?
200
Back
13
Cells
This is the structure that insulates the neuron.
300
14
Cells
What is a myelin sheath?
300
Back
15
Cells
This organelle detoxifies alcohol in the liver.
400
16
Cells
What are peroxisomes?
400
Back
17
Cells
This covers myosin-binding sites in muscle cells.
500
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Cells
What is tropomyosin?
500
Back
19
Respiration
The first step of respiration
100
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Respiration
What is glycoloysis?
100
Back
21
Respiration
Where the Citric acid cycle occurs
200
22
Respiration
What is the mitochondrial matrix?
200
Back
23
Respiration
This is the final acceptor on the electron
transport chain.
300
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Respiration
What is oxygen?
300
Back
25
Respiration
This enzyme controls respiration.
400
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Respiration
What is phosphofructokinase?
400
Back
27
Respiration
This is the number of ATPs produce by JUST
chemiosmosis.
500
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Respiration
What is 32-34?
500
Back
29
Cell Division
The makeup of chromosomes
100
30
Cell Division
What are chromatin, DNA, and proteins?
100
Back
31
Cell Division
The phase of mitosis where chromosomes convene on
a central plate
200
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Cell Division
What is metaphase?
200
Back
33
Cell Division
The longest phase of mitosis
300
34
Cell Division
What is prophase?
300
Back
35
Cell Division
The formation of tetrads
400
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Cell Division
What is synapsis?
400
Back
37
Cell Division
The site of crossing over between non-sister
chromatids
500
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Cell Division
What is the chiasmata?
500
Back
39
Molecular Genetics
The genotype for a homozygous recessive trait
100
40
Molecular Genetics
What is aa?
100
Back
41
Molecular Genetics
When homologous chromosomes fail to separate
during meiosis
200
42
Molecular Genetics
What is nondisjunction?
200
Back
43
Molecular Genetics
The three consecutive stages of transcription
300
44
Molecular Genetics
What is initiation, elongation, and termination?
300
Back
45
Molecular Genetics
These are short segments on a lagging strand of
DNA that grow in the 5 -gt3 direction
400
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Molecular Genetics
What are Okazaki fragments?
400
Back
47
Molecular Genetics
The second step of elongation
500
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Molecular Genetics
What is peptide bond formation?
500
Back
49
Evolution and Classification
All the genes in a population at a given time
100
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Evolution and Classification
What is the gene pool?
100
Back
51
Evolution and Classification
Allopatric speciation
200
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Evolution and Classification
What is the term for when a geographic barrier
isolates a population and blocks gene flow?
200
Back
53
Evolution and Classification
What is the order for taxonomy, starting with the
largest category?
300
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Evolution and Classification
What is domain, kingdom, phylum, class, order,
family, genus, then species?
300
Back
55
Evolution and Classification
These were the first land plants
400
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Evolution and Classification
What are bryophytes?
400
Back
57
Evolution and Classification
The name for club fungi
500
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Evolution and Classification
What is basidiomycota?
500
Back
59
Animal Systems
Tissue that binds and supports other tissues
100
60
Animal Systems
What is connective tissue?
100
Back
61
Animal Systems
The process for forming eggs
200
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Animal Systems
What is oogenesis?
200
Back
63
Animal Systems
These hormones regulate the homeostasis of blood
glucose
300
64
Animal Systems
What are insulin and glucagon?
300
Back
65
Animal Systems
This digestive organ is larger in herbivores than
carnivores
?
400
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Animal Systems
What is the cecum?
400
Back
67
Animal Systems
The contraction phase of the cardiac cycle
500
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Animal Systems
What is systole?
500
Back
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Double Jeopardy!!!
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Photosynthesis
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Plant Systems
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Ecology
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Biotechnology
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Labs
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Things We Didnt Cover
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Photosynthesis
Plant Systems
Ecology
Biotechnology
Labs
Things We Didnt Cover
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Final Jeopardy!
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Photosynthesis
The green pigment within chloroplasts
200
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Photosynthesis
What is chlorophyll?
200
Back
80
Photosynthesis
The part of photosynthesis that produces sugar
400
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Photosynthesis
What is the Calvin cycle?
400
Back
82
Photosynthesis
This process generates ATP and NADPH during the
light reaction
600
83
Photosynthesis
What is noncyclic electron flow?
600
Back
84
Photosynthesis
The enzyme that catalyzes carbon fixation
800
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Photosynthesis
What is rubisco?
800
Back
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Photosynthesis
This differentiates C4 plants from others
1000
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Photosynthesis
What is carbon fixation and the Calvin cycle
occurring in different types of cells
1000
Back
88
Plant Systems
The plant organ conducting water and minerals
upwards
200
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Plant Systems
What is xylem?
200
Back
90
Plant Systems
The process where 1 sperm fertilizes the egg and
the other fertilizes 2 polar nuclei
400
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Plant Systems
What is double fertilization?
400
Back
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Plant Systems
Transpiration
600
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Plant Systems
What is the loss of water through leaves that
pulls water up from the plants roots?
600
Back
94
Plant Systems
This molecule regulates guard cells
800
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Plant Systems
What is K?
800
Back
96
Plant Systems
This hormone ripens fruit
1000
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Plant Systems
What is ethylene?
1000
Back
98
Ecology
The ability to associate one stimulus with another
200
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Ecology
What is associative learning?
200
Back
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Ecology
A survivorship curve with a constant death rate
400
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Ecology
What is type II?
400
Back
102
Ecology
The growth of organisms in a previously lifeless
area
600
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Ecology
What is primary succession?
600
Back
104
Ecology
Nutrients that cycle in ecosystems
800
105
Ecology
What are water, carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorous?
800
Back
106
Ecology
The phenomenon that toxins increase in
concentration in higher trophic levels
1000
107
Ecology
What is biological magnification?
1000
Back
108
Biotechnology
A method that separates DNA or proteins based on
size and charge
200
109
Biotechnology
What is gel electrophoresis?
200
Back
110
Biotechnology
A collection of identical or very similar genes
400
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Biotechnology
What are gene families?
400
Back
112
Biotechnology
A change in gene expression at the DNA level
600
113
Biotechnology
What is DNA demethylation?
600
Back
114
Biotechnology
This is a combination of restriction digestion
and gel electrophoresis
800
115
Biotechnology
What is Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism
(RFLP)?
800
Back
116
Biotechnology
A process that detects protein with antibodies
1000
117
Biotechnology
What is western blotting?
1000
Back
118
Labs
The variable measured in an experiment
200
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Labs
What is the dependent variable?
200
Back
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Labs
Cell division occurred here in the onion root tip
during the mitosis lab
400
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Labs
What is the apical meristem?
400
Back
122
Labs
In the circulatory physiology lab, this is how we
express blood pressure.
600
123
Labs
What is systolic over diastolic?
600
Back
124
Labs
We used this guide to identify protozoans.
800
125
Labs
What is a dichotomous key?
800
Back
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Labs
DNA flows this way during gel electrophoresis
1000
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Labs
What is negative to positive?
1000
Back
128
Things We Didn't Cover
The perception of smell
200
129
Things We Didn't Cover
What is olfaction?
200
Back
130
Things We Didn't Cover
The study of how an organisms structure,
physiology, and behavior meet the challenges
posed by the environment
400
131
Things We Didn't Cover
What is organismal ecology?
400
Back
132
Things We Didn't Cover
Pain receptors in humans
600
133
Things We Didn't Cover
What are nociceptors?
600
Back
134
Things We Didn't Cover
The two photoreceptors in the human eye
800
135
Things We Didn't Cover
What are rods and cones?
800
Back
136
Things We Didn't Cover
This hormone is secreted by the pineal gland and
is involved in biological rhythms
1000
137
Things We Didn't Cover
What is melatonin?
1000
Back
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Final Jeopardy!!!
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Final Jeopardy!!!
According to this gel electrophoresis, the crime
scene DNA belongs to this person
Amanda Knox
Crime Scene DNA
Casey Anthony
Joseph Kony
Mr. Bennett
OJ Simpson
141
Final Jeopardy!!!
Who is Mr. Bennett?
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